But milk price fall has an upside because it limits European expansion, economist says.
Chinese company Shanghai Pengxin has transformed a former Crafar dairy farm.
Livestock breeding co-op pushes ahead with its strategy to become a $1 billion business.
Federated Farmers wants Government to give more cash to irrigation schemes to help boost Maori economic aspirations.
Hamish Gates from Pukekohe is crowned NZ Young Vegetable Grower of the year.
OPINION: Federated Farmers' flourishes when members have shown passion for a topic and offered to roll up their sleeves.
OPINION: Oh bugger – I seem to have lost my crystal ball.
Mystery Creek is getting a $1.5 million make-over just in time for the Fieldays.
Farming community to get some much-needed light relief at National Fieldays with a 7 Days comedy special.
Putting the Anzac poppy on the Taranaki Fonterra fleet of 57 tankers at 3.30am was all in a day's work for driver Brent Hopkins.
Shanghai Pengxin is not just a growing dairy farmer in New Zealand, it's winning business awards here. Andrea Fox visited a former Crafar farm the Chinese company has transformed.
Farm health and safety concerns highlighted as seasonal risk increases.
For many in the dairy industry June 1 means one thing - time to move.
Could the "fish" in fish and chips soon be off the menu thanks to global warming?
The top of the south's scientific and aquaculture expertise was praised at the opening of NZ''s first greenshell mussel hatchery.
The best bulls come from studs who farm commercially, the man behind Okawa Herefords tells Tony Benny.
Soaring beef and veal export returns push up prices for shoppers in NZ.
North Canterbury dryland sheep and beef farmers are being urged to apply nitrogen to their drought-stricken grass pastures now, to kick-start growth before winter.
The Little family has run Mt Vulcan in Omihi for 120 years and have seen dry spells come and go, writes Heather Chalmers.
And on why you should probably not cellar your Champagne.
The Mafia is just one of the hazards that Zespri's European supply manager Callum Kay has to be aware of.
The Livestock Improvement Corporation has added another partnership to its list this year as its pushes ahead with its growth strategy.
IT'S time for a debate on whether Fonterra's farmer-owners should continue to accept all the financial risk for the company's non-co-operative milk pools overseas, says Federated Farmers dairy chairman Andrew Hoggard.
The availability of a natural insecticide to fight an emerging agricultural insect pest is a step closer.
Big savings are ahead for deer farmers who introduce customised animal health plans.
A career in agribusiness management is the goal of a Lincoln University student whose reputation as a hard worker goes before her. She speaks with Kate Taylor.
Fonterra Shareholders Councillor Sandra Cordell reveals why she is passionate about the role and the industry.